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Oct 22 2018

Getting your Car Ready for Winter – The Garage Plan Shop

Posted at 10:56 am under Driving Safety,Seasonal

Driving Safety KitWhen the autumn leaves begin to fall, it’s time to winterize your vehicles. After an inspection by your mechanic to insure your automobile is running properly, replenish all the fluids and then clear the sand and beach balls, golf clubs and baseball gloves from the trunk. Replace them with the items below and you’ll be ready to take to the road this winter.Make sure you check out this flowmaster muffler chart to know for sure the right parts you need to upgrade your car.

If you are looking for Amc Hornets for sale, there are a few tips that can help you locate the right one for your situation. The first tip that comes to mind is to take into account your needs, and the needs of your pet. Many people think that they can buy a hornet and have something that will serve them for quite a while, but in most cases, these pets are a one-shot deal.

If you are only looking for one or two horns for your use, then buying a package of two or more hornets may be the way to go. Otherwise, if you are looking for a hornet permanently, then you may want to consider buying one hornet at a time. Another helpful change is to replace your windshield or window glass in case they are scratched or windows do not work well, visit Auto glass guru to get a new set for your car.

Emergency kit – Auto part stores sell these or you can compile your own. Include a few handy tools like screwdrivers and pliers, jumper cables, road flares, flashlight with fresh batteries, and reflective triangles.

First aid kit – Besides the usual items, this is a good place to store some spare change and a few random snacks just in case of delays. Don’t forget a box of tissues for those nasty winter colds.

Traction – To proceed in an icy situation, you may need some ice melt, rock salt, or kitty litter. If you are prone to encounter extreme snow packed conditions, don’t forget the tire chains.

Ice scraper – These often get broken or lost from one year to the next, so make sure you include one in your car before bad weather hits.

Blanket – In case of breaking down in the cold, a cozy blanket will help keep you warm. Also include a change of clothing, especially socks and gloves for when yours get wet and soggy.  Pack them in a plastic bag to keep them from getting wet from other items in your trunk like sleds or a snow brush.

Finally, store relevant emergency numbers in your phone and keep it charged. Keep your tank full and have a safe winter.

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